The two-day Fleet & Mobility Live event at the NEC Birmingham on 5-6 October will offer priceless fleet insight, curated by leading fleet and HR managers, to address current fleet issues and long-term challenges.
It’s the goal of Fleet & Mobility Live for every delegate to come away energised with new ideas to lay the foundations for an effective and efficient fleet operation.
Visitors to this year’s Fleet & Mobility Live can keep abreast of the latest issues and developments regarding moving people and goods around thanks to a team of fleet and HR professionals.
The issues and long-term challenges of moving people and goods around will be addressed at this year’s Fleet & Mobility Live, at the NEC Birmingham on October 5 and 6.
Expert advice on how to use data to predict the future and be more pre-emptive.
The DfT lays out its future roadmap for meeting its target to have zero new vehicle transport emissions by 2035 - or sooner.
Virtual Fleet & Mobility Live might be over for this year, but fleet decision-makers can still watch the 24 seminar sessions and six manufacturer interviews via the on-demand service.
Altrad Services has combined telematics data and greater driver engagement to transform its fleet.
The procurement best practice session, incorporating vehicles, funding and fleet services, given at Virtual Fleet and Mobility Live 2020.
Fleet managers must be “open to new solutions” and prepared to collaborate to develop a mobility strategy, says Nokia’s global category manager Jarno Pajunen.
BMW has a commitment to have 25 electrified vehicles by 2023, with 13 of those pure electric.
Ford is on the brink of launching its first mainstream production EV, the Mach-E, which will be followed soon by its first electric Transit van.
Having introduced hybrid technology across the majority of their model ranges, Toyota & Lexus are further expanding their powertrain choices in 2021.
Renault is part way through a major product launch plan, which has a focus on electric technology. Next to arrive is the Arkana.
With record sales already achieved this year, MG has been busy launching new products to further boost its model line-up.
For Volvo, 2021 will be all about plug-in vehicles. It has plug-in hybrid powertrains available across its entire range, plus the launch of its first fully electric car.
The Government must commit to “seamless access” to electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure to accelerate uptake, according to Polly Billington, director at UK100.
Driver engagement could be key in improving mental health and wellbeing, says Rosie Sharp, behavioural sciences researcher at TRL.
There’s only one day left to get involved in the Virtual Fleet & Mobility Live.
Fleet manufacturers, suppliers and operators have been "absolutely vital in our response to Covid", said Baroness Vere as she welcomed delegates to our Virtual Fleet & Mobility event this morning.
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